Sports Briefs: 6-09


Caroline Powers qualifies for national golf tournament
Bowling Green resident Caroline Powers has qualified for the U.S. Women’s Public Linx golf championship.

She was the medalist with a 76 at the local qualifier, held at Sleepy Hollow Golf Club in Cleveland.
The national tournament is June 22-27 at Red Tail Golf Club in Devins, Mass.
Powers recently graduated from BGHS and will be a freshman on the golf team at Michigan State in the
BGSU volleyball sets schedule
The Bowling Green volleyball program has four pre-conference tournaments on its schedule as well as 16
Mid-American Conference games.
"Our 2009 schedule is another great one," BG head coach Denise Van De Walle said. "We’re
playing a wide variety of teams to get us ready for the MAC, including five teams with RPI’s better than
65. We’re playing teams from the Big Ten and the Big 12, as well as perennial powerhouse Northern Iowa
and Northeast Conference champion Robert Morris. We have our work cut out for us, but it will be a good
test of our young team to see how we are progressing."
Bowling Green opens the season Aug. 28-29 at the Duquesne/Robert Morris Invitational. The home opener is
the Best Western Falcon Plaza Invitational Sept. 11-13.
The conference season starts Sept. 25 with a home match against Akron.
Van De Walle starts the season needing 13 victories to reach 500 for her 27-year BG career.
The complete schedule is on page 11 today.
BGSU recruit named to jr. national football team
Jordon Roussos, an incoming freshman for the Bowling Green Falcon football recruit, has been named to the
USA Football junior national team.
Roussos, a 6-feet-4 defensive end from Pittsburgh, was named to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Fabulous-22
as a senior. He was also a top scholar-athlete and won a state championship in wrestling.
The National Team will compete in the IFAF Junior World Championship in Canton, June 27-July 5. National
football teams from Canada, France, Germany, Japan, Mexico, New Zealand and Sweden have qualified to
join the United States to pursue the sport’s first world championship on the international junior level
Lake seeks varsity track coach
MILLBURY – Lake High School is accepting applications for a head varsity track coach.
An application form is available at
Application forms and résumés should be sent to the Lake athletics department.
For more information, contact athletics director Dave Shaffer, 419-661-6641 or [email protected].
North Baltimore searching
for junior high coaches
NORTH BALTIMORE – North Baltimore is currently searching for a junior high volleyball coach and a junior
high boys basketball coach.
Those interested should send a letter of interest and a résumé to NB athletics director Bradlee Rowlinson
at 124 S. Second St., North Baltimore, 45872; or fax to (419) 257-3601.
For questions, call (419) 257-3464.

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